This post shows students and new users steps to export passwords from Google Chrome web browser. Google Chrome has a built-in password manager that’s useful for autofill purposes. Although the password manager is Chrome is adequate, you may want to look into other third party password managers as the one available in Chrome might not be the most secured.
If you need to export your password stored in Google Chrome to migrate to other password managers, the steps below will show you how to do that. When you export passwords from Google, it is stored in .CSV file format which can easily be imported to other password managers.
You can then use this file to take account of all your passwords or import into a secure password manager. Whatever you want to do, exporting passwords from Google Chrome is simple and straightforward.
To get started with exporting passwords from Google Chrome, follow the steps below.
How to export passwords from Google Chrome
As mentioned above, exporting passwords from Google Chrome is simple and straightforward.
Below is how to do that.
To export your passwords, you must be signed into your Google account with your browser profile. Then click the settings (ellipse) at the top right corner and select Settings as shown below.
On the Settings page, select Autofill and click Passwords tile as shown below.
On the Autofill ==> Passwords page, click the ellipse (three vertical dots) and select Export passwords.
On the pop-up screen, click the Export passwords.. button.
Google Chrome will prompt you to type in your Windows password before you’ll be allowed to export Chrome passwords.
After you’ve successfully typed your Windows password, you’ll then be allowed to save the password at any location you like.
That should do it!
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